Dr Cheryl Hudson
lecturer in American history, University of Liverpool
Cheryl Hudson teaches US history at the University of Liverpool, and is former director of the academic programme at the Rothermere American Institute, University of Oxford. Her research focuses on the histories of race, reform and political culture in the US.
She has published in The Journal of American Studies, The European Journal of American Culture, the Independent and the Times Higher Educational Supplement. She is co-editer of Ronald Reagan and the 1980s (Palgrave MacMillan, 2008) and Why Academic Freedom Matters (Civitas, 2016).
Follow Cheryl on Twitter @HudsCheryl
Saturday 28 October, 14:00 Cinema 3
The legacy of Martin Luther King: from civil rights to identity politics
Sunday 29 October, 10:00 Cinema 2
Statues must fall! Erasing history or righting wrongs?
Saturday 4 November, 14:30 Texture, 67 Lever Street, Manchester, M1 1FL
Angela Nagle Kill All Normies: the alt-right and online activism